Transparency bills pass unanimously in Michigan House

State integrity news for Michigan, from CBS Detroit:

The Michigan House has passed two measures aimed at making government more transparent. Both won unanimous approval Wednesday. The bills now go to the Senate.

House Bill 5274 would require that all government contracts of $25,000 or more be publicly posted on local or state government websites. The information would have to be updated monthly starting June 30.

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